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If you have a puppy or an adult dog that needs some training where better place to do it than in your own environment
Rebecca will come to you on a One to One basis. Sessions usually last one hour.
It is easier and quicker to arrange a convenient appointment time over the phone so please ring Rebecca on 07841 158924 or e-mail me at rebecca@rbdogtraining.co.uk

Puppies

A 1-2-1 puppy course usually takes 3 one hour sessions spread over 6 weeks. Rebecca will take you through everything you and your puppy need to have a happy life together. At the end of the couse your puppy will be able to come when called, walk calmly on a lead, sit, lie down, wait, behave properly around food, not bite and a host of other things that go to make pet ownership a joy rather than a hassle.

Adults

Both teenage and fully grown dogs sometime forget and could do with a bit of a refresher. On the other hand rescues and rehomes could really do with a quick run though all that would normally be in a puppy course so that they get to know you and you get to know them and find out if there are any gaps in their training. Rescues often come with issues which are not insurmountable but need careful handling if they are to happily integrate into their new surroundings. Rebecca can advise on this and give you homework to get you to the point where you have a happy well trained and companiable pet.

Please ring Rebecca on to arrange a convenient time for your training.

Rebecca, who competes at dog obedience, is a qualified behaviourist and dog trainer. She uses the positive reinforcement reward based method of training.

Please contact me, 
Rebecca Boydell on
07841 158924
or e-mail me at rebecca@rbdogtraining.co.uk

I am also on Facebook

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Rebecca competing with Tuppy

Rebecca recently moved to Malvern, Worcestershire from Cheltenham where RB Dog Training was a well established. In 2013 Cotswold Life magazine printed an article on RB Dog Training which is available below by kind permission of the Editor.

cotswold life article

 

 

 

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